Iniesta Dominance in Japan

With the recent win by Vissel Kobe against Shonan Bellmare by a margin of 2 goals to 0, Iniesta once again proved (although he doesn’t need to) he is one of the best this world has ever seen to play the beautiful game.

Iniesta since his arrival to Vissel Kobe, they have a 3-2-2 record. Two of those games he has seen the back of the net. What we can say they were marvelous goals. His debut in Japan didn’t go as planned where his side lost 3-0 at home against Shonan Bellmare. He saw the back of the net against Jubilo Itawa. He would score four days after against Sanfrecce Hiroshima. Both goals were just a work of art by the Spaniard.

The next challenge for the Spaniard will be against a really good friend of his: Fernando “El Niño” Torres. Vissel Kobe will face Sagan Tosu for Emperor’s Cup two days from now. “I’ll be playing against my friend Fernando Torres in our next match,” Iniesta said after his team’s 2-0 win on Sunday at Shonan Bellmare, according to Goal.com. “It will be a special match. We want a good result that will let us advance to the next round.”

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Iniesta has been a talisman for FC Barcelona for the past 16 years. Things in Barcelona are looking “good” for now with the recent arrivals of Arthur, Arturo Vidal for their midfield, sure Barcelona doesn’t have anything to worry right now. Iniesta is a class player, anyone who loves football recognizes that.

Iniesta is one of the players, who we will dearly miss the most when he announces retirement. One player who will be very hard to replace in the football fields. Like him there will be no other.

 

 

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